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Qingcheng Mountain-Dujiangyan and Other Scenic Spots Reopens

With areas and number of visitors restricted, Qingcheng Mountain-Dujiangyan Scenic Spot opened on March 8th 

Qingcheng Mountain-Dujiangyan Scenic Spot has been open since March 8th. During the epidemic, the areas for restored operation include Dujiangyan Scenic Area, Qingcheng Front Mountain Scenic Area, Qingcheng Back Mountain Scenic Area, and Erwang Temple in Dujiangyan Scenic Area. Temples in Qingcheng Front Mountain and Back Mountain are still closed.

The Dujiangyan Scenic Area is limited for the admission of 5,000 visitors per day, the Qingcheng Front Mountain Scenic Area for 2,000 visitors, and the Qingcheng Back Mountain Scenic Area for 2,000 visitors. The scenic spot will control tourist number to avoid overcrowding, with no more than 30 people admission to the park each time.

Upon reopening, the admission time for tourists is 8: 00-17: 00 every day. Visitors can reserve e-tickets through Qingcheng Mountain-Dujiangyan Scenic Area WeChat account (QCS_DJY), Dujiangyan tourism portal (WWW.DJY517.COM) and OTA platforms such as,,,, and in real name. Tour groups can book e-tickets online through scenic spot OTC platform (OTC.DJY517.COM). Visitors without reservation are not allowed to enter the park.


Daocheng Yading Scenic Area Reopens on March 8th, with a Daily Admission Limit of 5,000 Visitors

Daocheng Yading Scenic Area will resume its operation from March 8th, 2020. Each day only a maximum of 5,000 visitors are allowed for admission. Controlled admission will be implemented for individual tourists and tour groups. The separation spots will be marked at the ticketing gate and entrance area.

The scenic spot opens from 8:30 to 18:00. It will strictly implement the real-name policy for online ticket purchase. For tourists without presenting valid identity documents, the scenic spot has the right to ban their admission. Tourists can book tickets for admission and tour buses through the WeChat account of the scenic spot (Daocheng Yading), the official website (, and ID card is needed for admission. Visitors can also purchase tickets at the tourist center.

Seven Scenic Spots Opens Including Wawu Mountain and Liujiang Ancient Town from March 8th

Seven scenic spots, including Wawu Mountain, Liujiang Ancient Town, Qiliping Resort, Caoyutan, Yuping Mountain, Daoxiang Bay Dream Garden, and Chunyi Garden, opens to tourists from low risk areas in Sichuan Province and China on March 8th, 2020. The real-time passenger flow in the scenic area shall not exceed 30% of the maximum real-time capacity approved by the scenic area in non-epidemic days, and group tours are suggested to be limited to 20 people or less in each group.

Other Scenic Spots Resumed in Sichuan

Qionghai Lushan Scenic Area: Scattered touring is encouraged with keeping a distance of more than 2 meters from each other for visitors.

Mengding Mountain Tourist Scenic Area: The tentative daily reception capacity of the scenic area shall not exceed 1,000 visitors.

Tianfu Bamboo Sea (Western Sichuan Bamboo Sea) Scenic Area in Pingle Ancient Town: The daily tourist reception is tentatively set at a maximum of 3,000 people. The same measures are taken in the Qiongzhou Garden Scenic Area and Pingsha Luoyan Blocks of Pingle Ancient Town.

Xiling Snow Mountain Ski Resort: Admission is limited through reservation, and the daily reception is limited to no more than 20% of the maximum daily capacity of non-epidemic days.

Bashan Grand Canyon Scenic Spot: Tourists need to buy tickets online and present their ID cards for admission. The daily reception of tourists shall not exceed 5,000.



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